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Corbyn’s election a sign of the times
Tom Wheeler -
Choice of new leftist Labour leader by party rank and file points to radical shift in policy The election of Jeremy Corbyn, a hard-line leftist as leader of the British Labour Party last week came as a shock to many, including to his fellow Labour P
What happened to Biko’s black consciousness?
Yonela Diko -
Did the challenge posed by Steve Biko and the Black Consciousness Movement, especially to the black people lose its relevance with our historic victory of 1994?
New artists must create new visions for SA
Sandile Memela -
Am I the only guy who is fed up with the crisis of creative leadership and lack of innovation in the artistic sector?
Safeguard right to maternity
Pinky Khoabane -
The announcement by Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer that she would be taking a “limited time away” after delivering twins in December instead of the 16 weeks paid maternity leave has put the spotlight on the age-old debate of whether women in executive posts
ANC Youth League must shape its role in our society
Jessie Duarte -
The ANC Youth League has reached a critical point in its development and the 25th national congress of the league has a responsibility to ensure that the conference does achieve the objectives of not only electing a new leadership but also to discuss
We are still clinging to apartheid markers of identity
Clyde NS Ramalaine -
“Societies and the global village have changed so radically that to continue to analyse and describe things as though we are still living in 1848 or 1948 or even 1984 is to be woefully blind and self defeating,” the late Neville Alexander poignantly
‘An inconvenient youth’
Fiona Forde -
There’s a fabulously rich quote from Danish philosopher Soren Kierkegaard that is particularly apt on the eve of the ANC Youth League conference and it as simple but as profound as this: “You can only understand life backwards but you must live it fo
ANCYL must place youth at centre of change
Alex Mashilo -
Some of us may disagree with the National Development Plan (NDP) – as we do – in particular with the main thrust of its economic theory and the failed youth wage subsidy.
Rethink urban settlements
Busani Bafana -
Slums are a curse and blessing in fast urbanising Africa. They have challenged Africa’s progress towards better living and working spaces but they also provide shelter for the swelling populations seeking a life in cities.
The development and underdevelopment of youth in SA
Yershen Pillay -
According to a report by McKinsey & Company, South Africa’s potential in service exports could represent a major vehicle for delivering real economic transformation.
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